If your research involves human subjects, refer to the following guidance to assist you with writing Element 5: Access, Distribution, or Reuse Considerations.
Review NOT-OD-22-213 Supplemental Information to the NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing: Protecting Privacy When Sharing Human Research Participant Data. See sections on "Best Practices for Protecting Participant Privacy When Sharing Scientific Data" and "Points to Consider for Choosing Whether to Designate Scientific Data for Controlled Access"
Review NOT-OD-22-214 Supplemental Information to the NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing: Responsible Management and Sharing of American Indian/Alaska Native Participant Data. See sections on "Considerations for Researchers Working with Tribal Nations" and "Best Practices for Researchers".
Also consult the NIH's Informed Consent for Secondary Research with Data and Biospecimens: Points to Consider and Sample Language for Future Use and/or Sharing. This document addresses consent for the storage and sharing of data and biospecimens collected during primary research, for the purposes of future secondary research.
See the sharing.nih.gov Frequently Asked Questions about limiting sharing of data
Sharing Data Outside UVA - Guidance and Assistance
De-identification - Guidance
If you have questions about the NIH DMS Policy or would like a librarian to review your DMS plan, please complete this request form.
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